Deadline is tomorrow

  • Job start date

    19 August 2024

  • Closing date

    21 May 2024 at 12pm (midday)

  • Date listed

    14 May 2024

Job details

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Subject

Social sciences

Working pattern

Full time: Full time Monday-Friday, 195 days per academic year

Contract type

Permanent

Full-time equivalent salary

£30,500 - £47,133 annual salary

What skills and experience we're looking for

  • Educated to degree level or equivalent and able to teach on a range of courses within the subject area

  • GCSE Maths & English at grade C or above (or equivalent Level 2 qualifications)

  • Teaching qualification or commitment to gaining Level 5 teaching qualification (Diploma in Education and Training) within two years of appointment essential

  • For teachers for whom the specific subject area is a minor part of their teaching commitment, evidence of relevant skills or experience may be appropriate, such as a good A level pass in the subject or previous teaching in the discipline

  • Those teaching a specific subject exclusively or principally are required to hold a degree in a relevant discipline which contains a significant element of the study of the specific subject area

What the school offers its staff

  • Free onsite parking
  • Cycle to Work Scheme
  • Health and Wellbeing programme
  • Sick pay
  • Onsite gym
  • Canteen

Further details about the role

This full time, permanent role is teaching Criminology to Sixth Form students, as part of a highly successful and established team.

Please note, this vacancy closes on Tuesday 21 May, and interviews will be held on Thursday 23 May.

Key Purpose of the Role

To maintain and develop high standards of teaching and learning in the delivery of the courses for which the staff member is responsible. The postholder will plan and deliver high quality effective teaching and learning and professional and caring support, enabling students to enjoy learning and achieve their full potential.

To undertake the professional duties of a teacher in accordance with this job description and the DfE Professional Teachers’ Standards.

Please note, this vacancy will close at midday on Friday 17 May, and interviews will be held in the afternoon of Monday 20 May.

Commitment to safeguarding

East Norfolk Sixth Form College is committed to the principle that it is always unacceptable for a learner to experience abuse of any kind, and recognises that it has a responsibility to safeguard the welfare and wellbeing of all learners. It will do so through commitment to safe practices and the creation of a ‘supportive culture which includes respect, openness and honesty, and which recognises and champions diversity and individual need’. This statement applies to all staff, including senior managers and Governors; paid staff, volunteers and sessional workers; agency staff; students and contractors.

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About East Norfolk Sixth Form College

School type
Academy, ages 16 to 19
School size
0 pupils enrolled
Age range
16 to 19

East Norfolk Sixth Form College is the outstanding choice for over 1500 students because of its 39-year reputation for success.

The College offers an unrivalled curriculum with over 80 A Level, BTEC Level 3 and Level 2 subjects and consistently features among the Top UK colleges and currently has a 99% A Level pass rate. It is also the Ofsted ‘Good’ college for Greater Yarmouth and Waveney.

EN is the top college locally for progression with 56% of students that progress to Russell Group universities achieving a First Class degree. This is over 20% higher than the national average for all other Sixth Form Colleges, State and Independent schools and places EN at the forefront of HE success nationally. Ten students received offers at Oxford and Cambridge for 2019 and more than 25% progress directly to employment and more than 10% go on to apprenticeships. In addition, more students study STEM subjects at EN than any other college outside of Cambridge.

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